When you’re not striding the fairways, explore Halifax, a bustling city blending cosmopolitan tastes with small-town charm. Choose from fine dining to pub-style meals or savour delicious seafood in a waterfront setting. Stroll amid engaging museums, fashionable boutiques and trendy cafés in the city’s historic downtown. Enjoy an evening of theatre, revel in the rhythms
Festivals & Events
Scotiabank Blue Nose Marathon
May 17-19, Halifax
Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo
June 30 - July 7, Halifax
TD Halifax Jazz Festival
July 5-13, Halifax
Natal Day Festival
August 1-5, Halifax
Atlantic Film Festival
September 12-19, Halifax
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
Immerse you in Nova Scotia’s rich maritime heritage, with spectacular exhibits of shipwrecks, the Halifax Explosion and the Titanic.
Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia
Discover Nova Scotia’s black history and culture dating back to the 1600s with a library, auditorium, and exhibit rooms.
Halifax Citadel National Historic Site
Tour Halifax’s naval station with various exhibits, period-style rooms, and the Army Museum.
Halifax Waterfront & Historic Properties
Walk along the historic Halifax Waterfront and Historic Properties to reveal everything from tall ships and museums to fine dining and unique shops.
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
Gateway to Canada. Immerse yourself in the stories of people who came to Canada seeking a better life for themselves and their families.
Glen Arbour Golf Course
Lost Creek Golf Club
The Links at Montague
Grandview Golf & Country Club
Indian Lake Golf Course